It has always been my observation that people aren't afraid of change, rather people fear being changed...
To buy this book is $81.47, to rent it is $34.50.
Seems a bit steep, no?
It may be a state to state thing, but here in Colorado:
Colorado law (C.R.S. 38-30-168)
Associations are not permitted to prohibit the installation of solar panels on a unit or property which is owned by a member of the association. Any such prohibition in the governing documents of an association is void and unenforceable.
If it is, I would recommend selling them to all of those that are waiting and buy a real server...
We run a datacenter in a LEEDS Platinum building...
Now you can get it running on a $99 dollar media player (Apple TV 2, and 3 (when it gets jailbroken))
Hmmm, While living in farming areas growing up, That name was given because they worked out in the hot weather and sweat, a lot. Since they were bent over forward, their shirt would only get 'wet in back'...
The security team should be setting policy and doing audits, not being "the privileged ones"!
Amazon mustn't have bought them off, yet
I believe appropriately so.
While it is my preferred desktop OS, it leaves a lot to be desired as a server.
notwithstanding vendor incompatiblities, the "one throat to chock" position is often held by organizations that lack technical competency, at least in a lot of my experience.
"However, any time the screening process is handled by H/R or non-technical management people, I rarely even get my foot in the door"
This suggests you need better inter-personal skills. Try joining a speaking group like toastmasters, or find local social groups in your area. Not only is it good networking, but you may pickup how non-technical people perceive you.
It was a solution to two separate problems:
Secure the communication and ensure the identity.
It works for securing the communication, we need a better solution for ensuring identity.
Note: If I had the answer, I wouldn't be "here"...
If you have one to spare... (andrew.gehring(gmail)